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I need around 1-1.5" wheel slavers for the rear end. I havnt had much luck searching, but I would like to know which ones will stay on well and are rugged for off-road applications. Any link or reference will help! Thanks guys! -99 GMC Jimmy 4-dr SLT
 
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This is where I got my adapters. They are good quality and made specifically for your application. Mine fit nicely on the hub, and the lip fits nicely on the wheel.
 
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They look unique but not what I'm looking for. I need a full 1-1.5" spacer set. Anyone else? =]
 
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What's wrong with that site? If you go to wheel adapters, put in your vehicle, then go through it and select 1.5" thick, isn't that what you're looking for?
 
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Originally Posted by BigEffingHammer View Post
What's wrong with that site? If you go to wheel adapters, put in your vehicle, then go through it and select 1.5" thick, isn't that what you're looking for?
Its fine, but I wanted something more vehicle specific. I was kind of confused, but this Oberlin site that was posted has every size. Exactly what I was looking for! =]
 
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They machine them precisely to your specifications down to the millimeter, if you want something specific, I say that site is exactly what your looking for. Plus they are Hub Centric to Vehicle and Wheel Centric to Vehicle Wheel, meaning they fit the hub perfectly tight, and the lip fits tight into the wheels center hole.
 
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Not to jack your post, but, is anyone against getting 3" spacers? Why did you decide on 1-1.5" spacers? I'd imagine any Blazer would look cool with tires 3" farther out.
 
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I'm getting 1-1.5" because my front wheels stick out further than the back. I have a huggggeee offset on the wheels- I'm waiting because I believe in theory when I crank my bars in the next few weeks the front will tuck in a bit. They stick out 2-2.5 inches in front and just past the fender in the rear.
 

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